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Patagonia Expedition


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March 2 to 15, 2022

WIth faculty leader Stephan Graham, journey to South America's southernmost region and revel in the array of stunning landscapes--towering mountain ranges, massive glacier fields, sapphire and aquamarine lakes and rugged coastlines populated by elephant seals and Magellanic penguins.

Scene and heard. Stephan Graham, MS ’74, PhD ’76, dean of the School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences, illuminates for us the stories behind these landscapes: how and when the Atlantic Ocean first appeared, the evolution of dinosaurs, the rise of the Andes and climate change. Cosmopolitan Capitol. In Santiago experience the neoclassical architecture, rich museums and vibrant culture of this sophisticated city. In Darwin's wake. Be amazed by the spectacular wildlife we spot in the air and in the sea as we cruise to Cape Horn aboard the Ventus Australis. Naturally stunning. Spend three days at the spectacular Explora Patagonia lodge, located in Patagonia’s Torres del Paine National Park and enjoy breathtaking views of jagged, snow-covered peaks and the Paine Massif during hikes with the lodge's naturalists.

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COST:

from $11,995 per person, double occupancy


FACULTY LEADER

Stephan Graham
Geological Sciences

Stephan Graham, MS '74, PhD '76, teaches courses at Stanford in sedimentary geology, energy resources and policy, petroleum geology, petroleum reservoir characterization and modeling, and interpretation of reflection seismic data.


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